Definition of countably in English:

countably

adverb

  • See countable

    • ‘Some words can be used both countably and uncountably: wine, as in This is a splendid wine and Have some more wine.’
    • ‘First, when the number of molecules regulating a biological process becomes countably small, chance distributions come into play such that some regulatory molecules can vary severalfold between individual cells.’
    • ‘There are uncountably many subsets of N, but since there are only countably many Turing machines, there can be only countably many decidable sets.’
    • ‘He showed that was computable, but since only countably many real numbers are computable, most real numbers are not computable.’